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  1. Draft snub fueling Williams’ drive to the NFL

    May 5, 2011, 7:29 PM EDT

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    In a story nobody thought he’d be writing, Ian Williams reflected on getting passed up in last weekend’s NFL Draft. Williams, who some had pegged as a second rounder early in the year, expected to go somewhere between the third and fifth round of the draft. Instead, he’s weighing his options back in South Bend,…

  2. Williams talks Blue-Gold, NFL Draft

    Apr 21, 2011, 3:11 PM EDT

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    What would we do without Ian Williams? As much as I’m ready to banish the idea of Todd McShay and Mel Kiper from my head, the upcoming NFL Draft means more weekly musings from Williams as he prepares for the NFL Draft at the South Bend Tribune. Since you guys should just go over there…

  3. Ian Williams talks draft, Rudy, Te’o and Floyd

    Mar 20, 2011, 12:16 AM EDT

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    In his running diary at the South Bend Tribune, Notre Dame nose guard Ian Williams had a great post about the NFL lockout, the upcoming draft, and former teammates Kyle Rudolph, Manti Te’o, and Michael Floyd. As Williams returns to campus to finish his classes before May graduation, he talks about balancing his preparations for…

  4. Hiben’s journey comes full circle

    Feb 22, 2011, 12:56 PM EDT

    Joey Hiben

    If you’re looking for an unlikely comeback story, Eric Hansen of the South Bend Tribune presents Joey Hiben. For those that have followed Notre Dame football for some time, the name should ring familiar, but not nearly as memorable as many suspected when the Gatorade State Player of the Year from Minnesota chose Notre Dame…

  5. Clausen and Weis both back to school

    Jan 25, 2011, 1:14 PM EDT

    Clausen Weis

    In many ways, Jimmy Clausen and Charlie Weis had similar journeys through Notre Dame. Both came to South Bend talking a big game. Clausen — flashing some high school bling at the College Football Hall of Fame, while Weis buried himself with talk of “decided schematic advantages” and “6-6 isn’t good enough.” For Weis, his…